Pauk Taw: Narinjara received the following list of the devastation and 11 deaths caused by Cyclone Giri from a local social relief group:
(Ngari Pike Chai Village)
(Prun Gree Village)
In Prun Gree Village on Aungarar Char Island, 93 out of 96 houses were destroyed, while 28 motor boats, 7 row boats, and 37 fishing nets were washed away to sea. 42 cows and 3 buffalo were killed, but there were no human casualties in the village.
(Ngari Chai Village)
(Kha Maung Kway and Kaing Prun Villages)
All 155 houses were destroyed. 24 motorized fishing boats, 21 row boats, and 47 fishing nets were washed away to sea. The three main water sources were also destroyed by the flood of sea water in Kha Maung Kway and Kaing Prun Villages. No human casualties were reported, but 37 cows and 5 buffalo were killed.
(Thapru Chai Village)
All 65 houses were completely destroyed. 11 motorized fishing boats, 53 row boats, and 32 fishing nets were washed away to sea. One drinking and washing water source was also destroyed by the tidal surge in Thapru Chai Village.
(Ngamae Prun Village)
(Manyun Kaing and Prunphru Chai Village)
All 110 houses were destroyed. 10 motorized fishing boats, 10 row boats, and 14 fishing nets were washed away to sea. One source of drinking and washing water was destroyed by the tidal surge in Manyun Kaing and Prun Phru Chai Villages.
(Kaum Chai Village)
All 61 houses were completely destroyed. 6 motorized fishing boats, 6 row boats, and 8 throw-fishing nets were washed away to sea. One source of drinking water was also destroyed by the sea water in Kaum Chai Village.
(Byaing Thaik Village Group)
One person was killed in Kyauk Maung Village under Byain Thaik Village Group.
Other damages left in the aftermath of Cyclone Giri are still being catalogued by the local social relief groups. Cyclone victims in Pauktaw Township are badly in need of emergency relief and medical care, as there is no organization, either government or non-governmental, that is providing substantial relief aid or medicine.
According to the latest reports received by Narinjara from aid groups working on the ground, the death toll has risen to 157 - with 138 from Mray Bon Township, 5 from Minbya Township according to official data, 11 from Pauktaw Township, and 3 from Kyaukpru Township.